228 Pages, 57 Unbound Folds, 169 Photos, 142 Unseen Images + Text in 3 languages: French, Portuguese and English
From 2005 to 2009 Antoine d’Agata had spent most of his time in Cracolandia, the crack neighborhoods of São Paulo and Salvador. Doubtless the roughest areas of Brazil.
With 169 images and more than 140 unseen photographs, “Cidade de Pedra” is the most comprehensive document about this period. It reveals the brutality and theintimacy of his experience.